Participant Institutions and their Articulations with 4-yr institution partners

CyberCorps® Scholarship for Service (SFS): Participant Institutions and Their Articulations with 4-YR Institution Partners

One of the objectives for the National CyberWatch Center CyberCorps® Scholarship for Service (SFS) Pathways Project was to track the performance of the participating two- and four-year schools and provide the National Science Foundation (NSF) with observations and suggestions for strengthening the program. Several measures were used to track performance: successes in graduation and transfer to the receiving program, summer internship engagement, and faculty commentary on SFS program impact overall. Existing degree articulations or transfer agreements between the associate and bachelor degree programs were part of this data collection effort. This Resource Guide contains a collection of course requirements associated with articulations and transfer agreements that have been shared with the researchers from all but one of the twenty-four (24) participating institutions, with the expectation that they might provide schools interested in duplicating the Pathways experiences with a roadmap to examples of linkages between Community Colleges and Universities.